Additional FAQ

Personal Emails to Richmond

We appreciate all the emails reaching out to Richmond to connect over mental health and well-being. While he does read them all, he does not always have the capacity to respond to each and every one. Please know that your messages have been read and you have been heard. He is grateful to know that his message is reaching so many people. Know that you are loved and you are everything the universe needs.

If you are having thoughts of self harm or suicide, please please call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 or text "4hope" to 714-714.


We currently carry sizes Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large. If you need an exchange for these sizes we would be happy to do so. The customer needs to cover the cost for return shipping, and Homeworld Gallery will cover shipping of the new item.

Pin Grading


A grades are the best of the batch for the particular design. If there is a minor imperfection that is across more than 20% of the batch, that will be considered part of the standard grade for that design/batch. No major defects will be considered standard. A-grades may exhibit very minor imperfections that can be seen under close inspection.

  • Stray glitter

  • Wiggly posts

  • Low-fill or very slight overfill of enamel in small areas

  • Slightly misaligned screen printing

  • Small traces of random debris (dust, fuzz, etc.)

  • Small amount of tiny bubbles in enamel, glitter or epoxy coating

  • Light scuffing, scratches, dents, enamel bleeding or tarnish.

  • Slight discoloration and imperfections in/on the metal plating on the sides and /or back of the pin

  • Minor enamel discoloration

  • Small areas of thickened Metal lines that reduces or removes visibility of small enamel fill spots from original design.

  • ***Hard enamel pins with large areas of metal are more likely to have small scratches or scuffs that normally occur during the polishing process.


Noticeable minor defects, however, very close to being Standard grade pin.

  • Moving posts

  • Low-fill or overfill/spillover of enamel in large areas

  • Chipped metal plating

  • Discoloration or staining

  • Missing enamel or plating

  • Wrong enamel fill colors

  • Large dents, divots, scratches

  • Missing or badly printed screen printing

  • Excessive bubbles, scratches, dents, divots

  • Foreign materials embedded in enamel, glitter or epoxy

  • Lightly discolored / tarnished plating

  • Scratched or medium-largely misaligned screen printing